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Physicians Pay Out For Holding Up Finding Of Prostate Cancer In Two African-American Men

In what follows we consider two cases that provide insight into the value of testing men for prostate cancer. While there has been some discussion of late about the value of testing men for prostate cancer (in particular concerning the PSA test) certain facts remain undisputable. First, prostate cancer affects PSA levels. Second, men of African-American descent have a greater likelihood of having prostate cancer prior to metastasis. Third, if prostate cancer is diagnosed early, the man has in excess of a ninety seven percent likelihood of surviving past five years. Further, when it is not identified until after it has reached an advanced stage, there is currently no known cure. Fifth, normally doctors hold the view that at the minimum a doctor ought to…

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